Ministers coordinating ‘resilience response’ after ‘major’ cyber attack hits NHS systems across UK

The Welsh Ambulance Service says the outage is significant, far-reaching and affects all four nations in the UK, but NHS England says there’s “currently minimal disruption”.

People seeking medical help via the NHS 111 service have been warned there could be delays after the attack led to a “major” computer system outage.

The security issue was identified at 7am on Thursday morning, and it has affected the system used to dispatch ambulances, book out-of-hours appointments and issue emergency prescriptions.

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Source: Sky News